On the surface, what could be simpler? A man and his son, who's about 11 or 12, drive home, stopping along the way so dad can check the water pipes on their plot of farm land. The boy has to pee, he has some questions about a recent family matter, and he wants to listen to a pop music tape. But this is Israel, Mohammad and his son Ibrahim are Palestinians, driving from the border of the West Bank to their home in Nazareth. Their car has Israeli plates, there are temporary checkpoints along the way, Ibrahim has something in his backpack that could get them in serious trouble. Mohammad speaks Hebrew, Ibrahim does not. Can they make it home?